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Kanye West Announces Second Listening Party for Collaborative Project with Ty Dolla $ign



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Kanye West continues to make waves with his upcoming collaboration with Ty Dolla $ign, now set for release in three parts. Following the immediate sell-out of tickets for the Chicago event, the Yeezy mogul took to his Instagram Stories on Wednesday (February 7) to unveil plans for a second listening party.

Scheduled for Friday (February 9) at the UBS Arena in Belmont Park, New York, the event coincides with the release date of the project’s first installment. Fans will have the exclusive opportunity to immerse themselves in “Vultures, Volume 1” through a high-fidelity audio and visual showcase, crafted by Kanye and Ty Dolla $ign themselves.

Described as a historic moment, attendees will join the artists and album collaborators in listening to the album together. Tickets for the New York presentation go on sale starting Thursday (February 8) and can be purchased via the venue’s website.

This announcement follows closely on the heels of Kanye’s claims about facing challenges in booking tour venues despite his immense popularity. In a recent social media clip, the “Flashing Lights” hitmaker expressed frustration over being allegedly blacklisted by concert venues.

Despite selling out the United Center in Chicago within seven minutes, Kanye revealed difficulties in securing venues for his upcoming tour. He shared text message screenshots documenting his efforts to book shows worldwide, including discussions about performances in Los Angeles, New York, and even iconic landmarks such as the Pyramids of Giza and the Great Wall of China. Additionally, he mentioned receiving a $2.5 million offer for a show in Hong Kong and plans for concerts in Australia and Hawaii.

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Kanye hinted that his challenges in booking tour venues could stem from his controversial history of making antisemitic comments and associating with individuals known for Holocaust denial, such as Nick Fuentes. Despite these obstacles, Kanye remains determined to share his music with audiences globally.

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